‘Marz’ cuts a classy melodic epic space rap album with hot as lava drop ‘Marz on Earth’
You’re looking for a quality tune or two to pass the summer and help you get over the heat. Who isn’t? But we’ve got excellent news for you, because if you’re here for that, then we’ve got just the thing. We were lucky enough to hit upon an artist that will appeal to listeners of any genre through his smooth, melodic voice and his chill rhythm.
The man we’re talking about here is The Real King Marz, out of Logan, West Virginia. This American singer and songwriter has been on the rapping scene for a few years now, and in that time, he’s really affirmed himself as one of the guys you want to watch. Over the last four years, he’s consistently brought out quality music, and none more so than his latest offering, the album “Marz on Earth”.
As the name tells us, this brand new album deals with anything and everything to do with Earth and humanity, which is why we’re so convinced you’ll like it. You’re human, aren’t you?
The other reason why you’ll like tracks like “Application”, “Shade” or “What It Look Like” is Marz’s unique style and voice. His voice is thrilling, with just the right amount of edginess to it, and yet just enough softness to make him appeal to softer listeners. He doesn’t get in your face, yet he manages to show you his attitude. This guy’s strong, but also gentle. In other words, The Real King Marz’s voice is the perfect expression of humanity – it’s complex, melodic, soft and strong, vulnerable, yet full of attitude.
And as such, it’s a delight for the listener. On this album, you’ve got darker and slower tunes, like “Shade”, but also songs that lift the mood and give you a veritable taste of life in the hood, like “Drive Thru”.
The Real King Marz brings out a lot of sensibility on this latest track, and shows us just what it means to be a human, to love and be a father to your child. He also touches upon other important subjects like loyalty and friendship, and being true to yourself which, if we’re being honest, is what art is all about.
So do yourself a favour, and go listen to “Marz on Earth” if you haven’t already.